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Cazza Construction Technologies Introduces 3D Printing Construction Robots and Sees H


We first heard about California-based technology startup Cazza Construction Technologies last November, when it entered the scene with its ambitious goal of constructing 3D printed smart cities all around the world. The 3D printing cons[...]

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3D printing company may have the answer to the rebuilding efforts of natural disaster


The aftermath of the vicious Hurricane Harvey has left the USA with more than 60 people dead and potentially hundreds of billions of dollars worth of damages[1]. Repair efforts are already in process and on the 6th of September the US House[...]

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This Startup Is Disrupting The Construction Industry With 3D-Printing Robots


Starting as a niche technology, 3D printing has been around for a long time. And talk of how this technology could transform the construction industry, largely theoretical, has long circulated, too. But now, thanks to young entrepreneurs Ch[...]

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Cazza to build the first 3D printed Skyscraper in the world.


Dubai-based construction firm Cazza Technologies has announced plans to build the world’s first 3D printed skyscraper. “When we first thought of implementing 3D printing technologies, we were mostly thinking of houses and low-rise bui[...]

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3D Printing Will Change The Way We Make Things And Design Them In 2017


Much of the focus in the technology world currently is on artificial intelligence, machine learning and big data – and how they will affect the way we use products and how machines operate. But developing just as quickly, although with[...]

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Will the world’s next megacity drip out of a 3D printer?


(CNN) - Imagine a world where huge cities could be created with the click of a button. It might seem like the stuff of science fiction, but that's where 3D-printing technology is headed, according to one Dubai-based start-up. Cazza ha[...]

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